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A round up of this week's international jewellery news...

Boucheron film reimagines ‘Cinderella’ to celebrate high jeweller’s 160th anniversary

SCMP: Short film, ‘Cinder Ella’, which also honours Franco-Japanese friendship since 1858, stars French actress Laetitia Casta and Japanese actor Issey Takahashi.

Chaumet collaborates with Kenyan artist Evans Mbugua on a high jewellery collection inspired by sub-Saharan Africa

The Telegraph: Chaumet, the Parisian maison that has nearly 240 years of history at its disposal, has always looked to all corners of the globe for inspiration.

Jewellers to meet over Ogham design ‘passing off’ row

Irish Times: High-profile Kerry jeweller says case will return to court if no resolution reached.


The Woman Who Made Jewellery for Billie Holiday and Brigitte Bardot

AnOther: Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe was the first female silversmith to receive international acclaim. Here, we explore her life and legacy.

Contemporary jewellers hold their own against antique treasures at Masterpiece London

The Telegraph: As contemporary jewellers increasingly stake their territory at art and design fairs they put themselves somewhat at risk.

Dundee jeweller designs earrings for Judy Murray

The Courier: A Dundee jeweller has crafted a pair of earrings for tennis coach Judy Murray.


Sophie Bille Brahe, The Jewellery Designer Putting Denmark On The Map Lets Us Into Her Copenhagen Home

Elle: Living simple has never looked so chic.


The dazzling history of tanzanite

The Telegraph: This blue-violet gemstone was first revealed to the world by Tiffany & Co. half a century ago – and still dazzles today.

130-year-old jeweller returns to Wolverhampton after 40 years

The Business Desk: Independent jeweller T.H. Baker is returning to Wolverhampton after 40 years with a store opening at the Mander Centre in August.

A gay couple has accused a high street jeweller of discrimination because it does not stock ‘hers and hers’ ring

Metro: Couple Rebecca Miscallef, 34, and Astria Battisa, 28, were not happy when they visited H.Samuel, in Birmingham Bullring, on June 7 and could not get the bands they wanted.

Penelope Cruz Turns Jewellery Designer For Atelier Swarovski

Vogue: From the age of seven, Penelope Cruz took a pen to her favourite fashion magazines, and redesigned the clothing and jewellery on the pages.

Lucy Folk, Jeweller & Designer

Beauticate: Lucy Folk, designer of must have jewellery, accessories and now a laidback-yet-stylish clothing line lives a charmed life.

Inside the launch of Bulgari’s latest high jewellery collection

Vogue: The Italian jeweller celebrated the launch of Wild Pop, its latest high jewellery collection, with a soiree at Rome’s Stadio dei Marmi.

The hidden Jewellery Quarter that shoppers rarely get to see

Birmingham Mail: These unsung heroes are doing their best to keep the Jewellery Quarter alive - because they are faced with a threat.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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